If you are not familiar at all with VoIP phone services, prepare to have your mind blown. Chances are you have already interacted with a VoIP phone, or have held a conversation with someone who has. VoIP stands for “voice over internet protocol”, put simply, this means you are able to talk on the phone with only an internet connection, and bypass the expensive phone companies all together.
While companies such as Vonage have been using this technology for some time now, it is just starting to gain popularity over the past year or so. In fact, all the phones in my office are VoIP phones, and I save a bundle every month. Another big benefit of this technology is you are not limited by your geographic location choosing what phone company you can use. With wired phones, you are restrained by who has available phone lines in your area. With internet phones you can connect anywhere, to any number, at any time.
If you aren’t sold on VoIP phones yet, keep in mind that you aren’t really giving anything up by switching to internet phones. You can surf the web and talk on the phone at the same time (if you are so rude to be doing so) without any noticeable interference on either end. You can also get caller ID, call waiting, transfer, redial, and just about anything else you can think of that a normal phone would do. Now maybe I’m biased, but I could go on and on about the benefits of these phones, but I’ll put simply the main benefit: You get exactly what you get from a standard phone, at about half the price. If you are curious about our services, click here to learn more